Nina Gould


Nina Gould (Gold) (m. 1982) is one of London's leading independent Casting Directors.  Upon graduating from her degree in Medieval and Modern Languages at Christ's - where she first became involved in theatre - she began teaching drama in Paris.  She is best known for her 14-year collaboration with Mike Leigh, including Topsy-Turvy, Vera Drake, Happy-Go-Lucky, Another Year and his revival of Ecstasy at Hampstead Theatre.

Feature film credits include: Les Miserables, Ron Howard's Rush, Ridley Scott's The Counsellor and Prometheus; Sightseers, Shadowdancer, The Iron Lady, Oscar-winning The King's Speech, Jane Eyre, Hot Fuzz, Nowhere Boy, Bright Star, Easter Promises and Paddington.

Television credits include: three seasons of Game of Thrones, Restless and The Crimson Petal and The White, Rome, The Red Riding Trilogy, Life and Death of Peter Sellers, Longford and The Devils' Whore.

In 2008, Nina won the Emmy for her casting work on John Adams.